Public beta for macOS BigSur 11.0.1 now available

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For those who are eager to test the latest update to macOS, the wait is over. Apple has announced that macOS BigSur 11.01.01 is now available as a public beta. You'll be able to download it and try out all the new features for yourself.

Speaking of the new macOS, Apple announced it back in June during WWDC in anticipation of the upcoming ARM-based Mac computers. There haven't been any launch dates yet, but we've already seen rumours about a 12-inch MacBook that will allegedly have the A14X Bionic chipset. Also, the public beta launching now means that we'll most likely see the full version rolling out within 2020.

So, what's new? For this public beta launch, version 11.0.1 itself doesn't offer much aside from some new wallpapers. But it provides the public access to test the new features, as well as check out the new redesign. There will also be an improved Safari browser, new Memojis, and more. To try the new features, you can visit this page.

Has any of you managed to get into the beta test? What's your impression of macOS Big Sur so far? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates on this.